↠ Etidoprha: The End of Earth || É PDF Read by ✓ John Uri Lloyd

By John Uri Lloyd | Comments: ( 899 ) | Date: ( Dec 08, 2019 )

It has been ordained that a select few must from time to time pass over the threshold that divides a mortal s present life from the future Written well over a century ago, John Uri Lloyd was a visionary who spoke of far distant worlds, dead civilizations, other dimensions and in particular, a world few of us will ever get to visit A world hidden beneath our feet inside tIt has been ordained that a select few must from time to time pass over the threshold that divides a mortal s present life from the future Written well over a century ago, John Uri Lloyd was a visionary who spoke of far distant worlds, dead civilizations, other dimensions and in particular, a world few of us will ever get to visit A world hidden beneath our feet inside the earth Inspired by the fantastic in particular the art of alchemy the author reveals in this long lost manuscript how he joined a secret society and was introduced into the sphere of mysticism A part of this spiritual journey included the opportunity to establish contact with a super human, eyeless being, inside a cave in Kentucky Together they journey to another realm filled with magic and wonderment Some have placed it in the category of Alice in Wonderland where does the mind magic start and end You decide.


  • Title: Etidoprha: The End of Earth
  • Author: John Uri Lloyd
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  • Page: 442
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Comments Etidoprha: The End of Earth

  • Katelis Viglas

    One of the most strange books ever. It isn't only the problem, myth and theory of the Hollow Earth that is developed in extence; apart from the excelent and brilliant first chapter, where the famous quote from Seneca is referred, and the metamorphoses of the hero that follows, there are so many scientific paradoxes, strange explanations of geological phenomena, informations on chemical reactions, unorthodox physical appearences in the Earth's entrailes, and of course the teacher and quide of the [...]


  • Ronald

    I bought a used paperback version of this book at the Printer's Row Book Fair, held in Chicago, one summer.This a quite a unique novel. It first came out in 1895, and it clearly falls within the "Hollow Earth" sub genre of fantastic fiction. But it is not only that. The author, who was trained in science and taught and practiced pharmacy, expounds in this novel his views on science, philosophy, and the occult. For example, Chapter XXX is about an experiment where one can observe a small portion [...]


  • Mike Taylor

    This was a trippy, trippy book! Written at the turn of the 19th to 20th century by a native Cincinnatian it explores science, religion, and the issues of the day (particularly the Temperance Movement. Most appealing was the visit with the title's character Etidorhpa. The writing in this section, to me, was brilliant (I can see many quotes from this section in my future). Part Jules Verne, part Jack Kerouac, and a bit of Tom Wolfe just for good measure. Immerse yourselves in this one and give me [...]


  • Gary D.

    It's been many years, but I still remember the instructions for looking at my own brain with a candle


  • John

    I recently acquired a rare first edition of this book, published by the author, complete with John Uri Lloyd's signature and side notes. I had already read the book before I got my hands on it, but I was eager to read it again.The book tells the story of two people: A man named Llewellyn Drury and a fellow only referred to as I-Am-The-Man-Who-Did-It. The latter relates his personal life story to Llewellyn and begs him to publish the manuscript after keeping it safe and secret for 30 years. Alleg [...]


  • Bob Rust

    Etidorhpa, or The End of Earth: The Strange History of a Mysterious Being and the Account of a Remarkable Journey (1895) a metaphysical Fantastic Voyage in which the narrator – whose manuscript has been discovered by Lloyd – is led by a blind humanoid named I-Am-The-Man to a Lost World in the interior of the Earth which he excitedly explores while gaining occult enlightenment into the higher forms of love (the title is Aphrodite reversed).


  • Nancy Brady

    I finally finished "Etidorpha" after having had the book (off and on) for forty years, give or take a year! Extremely complex read and at times difficult to comprehendrtly spiritual, lots of science especially pharmacology*, physics, and biology, fantasy, and more. I think it could be read more than once to get all the nuances from it. Amazing that many of these scientific impossibilities, as described by the main character, I-Am-The-Man, have come to pass.


  • Enoch Page

    This book chronicles a journey through the strange land, with observations of fauna and flora, as found by a man who stumbles into the center of the earth. It was so fascinating that immediately after completing it, I painted a picture of some of the flowers described. I wish I was a better artist capable of capturing more. There were line drawings in the edition I read and they were very helpful to the reader.


  • Noah Vickstein

    I read the hardback 2nd printing on loan from UC Riverside.This book took me well over a year to finish. It was not a particularly difficult read; many "classical" books and novels rank as more difficult to me, such as translated works by early English authors such as Shakespeare. The problem is that the book is extremely dense, and you will find yourself rereading passages because they contain impossible amounts of information and nuance. This is as much an edcational book as one written for pu [...]


  • Jonathan Geurts

    It is a psychadelic journey to the center of the earth along the lines of Jules Verne but with a lot of insight into views towards alchemy and the occult at the end of the 19th century. I would recommend this to anyone who loves the wild-eyed gentleman's adventure. This edition was transliterated by computer and contains a funny mistake about once every 5 pages. The drawings are poorly scanned.


  • Mia Morrison

    An interesting read. After breaking an ancient taboo a man finds himself stripped of his face and forced into a journey which leads him deep into the earth to experience wonders beyond imagining. If not for one trip up in the last three chapters I might have rated it higher, but it changed the tale half way through and the understanding of the whole journey. With science and pseudoscience in abundance Ethidorpha was a wonderously enchanting tale with an all together disappointing ending.


  • John Van Fossen

    One of the strangest books I have read. Entertaining most of the time, but sometimes long winded in older English. Definitely provides much food for thought. May read again in a few years to see how my take on the various subjects has changed. I was surprised at how far ahead of its time some of the scientific ideas were (e.g. global warming).


  • Fred Ramsey

    Published in 1895, this is considered one of the first science fiction novels. Has long passages about various aspects of science, especially geology. One man's journey deep underground, and the unusual life forms he finds there.


  • Wreade1872

    Oddly haunting book about a forced journey into the interior of the earth. Very long winded, 1/3 story to 2/3's lecture on science, metaphysics, dangers of alcoholism etc. Tough to dig through but interesting.


  • Nathanael

    Best preface ever written. It gets better.


  • Jennie

    This was totally weird, but in a good way. There's not much I can say about it, I thought it was a bit long-winded in places, but the story itself made up for it.


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